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Melville Hall Airport (DOM)

Marigot, Dominica (DM)

IATA CodeDOMICAO CodeTDPD
FAA CodePhone
FaxLatitude15.5469999
Longitude-61.2999992Time ZoneAmerica/Dominica (GMT -4:00)
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Runway 14777 ft
Melville Hall Airport
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Melville Hall Airport

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Melville Hall Airport
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Melville Hall Airport

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Melville Hall Airport
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Melville Hall Airport

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Dominica Melville Hall Airport (dom)
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Melville Hall Airport Destinations List

This list shows the 8 locations you can fly from Melville Hall Airport airport

Destination IATA Airlines Flying Route
Pointe-à-Pitre Le RaizetPTPAir Antilles Express, Leeward Islands Air Transport, Windward Islands Airways
Princess Juliana InternationalSXMAir Antilles Express, Windward Islands Airways, BVI Airways, TUR Avrupa Hava Yolları
Luis Munoz Marin InternationalSJUAmerican Airlines, Seaborne Airlines, Leeward Islands Air Transport, TUR Avrupa Hava Yolları
V.C. Bird InternationalANULeeward Islands Air Transport
Sir Grantley Adams InternationalBGILeeward Islands Air Transport
E. T. JoshuaSVDLeeward Islands Air Transport
Terrance B. Lettsome InternationalEISBVI Airways, TUR Avrupa Hava Yolları
Cyril E. KingSTTTUR Avrupa Hava Yolları

Melville Hall Airport Destinations Map

Melville Hall Airport Reviews (4)

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Melville Hall Airport

Gale Wilkinson, March 1, 2013 at 4:53 am

When I arrived at Melville Hall airport on the island of Dominica, I could not believe my eyes. This is the most beautiful greenery that I have ever seen. Wow! The airport staff are friendly and very professional. They follow the rules to a T so do not break the rules. The same rules that are applied at Heathrow airport are applied at this tiny airport. As I got off the terminal, my face was hit with the most amazing fresh air scented with the aroma of the fruits and flowers not too far away. I was surprised to see a river running right outside of the street outside of the terminal building. The taxi driver was very accommodating and stopped along the way to the city of Roseau so I could purchase a few juicy grapefruits being sold on the road side. The air was cool and clean. The trip to the Fort Young Hotel was peaceful and enjoyable. I will come again.

Airport Etc

Shay Delli, December 3, 2012 at 11:06 pm

The airport staff are rude and they are not the only ones. Certainly, do expect to be treated pretty badly at the airport but expect worse once you get into town. If you’re female, expect the men to disrespect you and essentially sexually harass you regularly. Believe me when I say, there is nothing you can do that will not offend them. If you ignore them they will curse at you, if you answer back and politely ask them to stop they will call you a racist. This is the thing that upset my girlfriend the most and we actually left the island early as she just didn’t feel safe. We were advised by some foreigners that were living locally to be careful because although it isn’t published as so, the crime rate against foreigners is very high. Be aware, this is a beautiful island with the most beautiful scenery that you will ever see. Some of the people are very kind very decent people, but I would not return here if you paid me because for each nice and decent person you meet, you meet 2 more perverts.

Beware of TSA

Lacy Colonna, October 21, 2012 at 5:53 pm

Regardless of the current FAA regulations they will go through your bag, randomly take stuff and refuse to give it back to you or let you rebag it (they said they took what they did because it wasn’t in a ziplock bag). They took stuff like baby powder, powder blush, chopstick, etc. When I asked to add those things to my ziplock with liquids/gels they rudely said ‘No’ and just threw my items in the trash next to them. I asked what I could do and they continued to roll their eyes and then SCREAMED at me to leave the area. Beware.

Melville Hall Thoughts. . .

Dave Corlett, December 31, 2010 at 9:58 pm

1) rent a car in town; the drive across island after a flight is exhausting (90 minutes) 2) expect waiting outside in heat and mosquitos when waiting to go one-at-a-time through security 3) take nothing on carry-on you want to keep; they take everything they want, regardless of specific/current FAA regulations. I lost tiny bottle of eyedrops for contact lenses and a plastic massage stick for scar tissue in my legs ($50 and two weeks to replace). Got to keep a book I was reading, though.

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